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Maritain

Jacques . 1882--1973, French neo-Thomist Roman Catholic philosopher
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In this paper the author compares his views on painting with those of his older contemporary, Jacques Maritain, who also holds that painting can give us a nonconceptual insight into deep truths about things that are inaccessible to discursive thought.
Maritain is the only Catholic, while Auden, Eliot, and Lewis were faithful members of the Church of England, and Weil, though raised in a secular Jewish family, embraced what might be called a liturgical form of evangelical Christianity.
Maritain's art theory was born out of a unique historical moment in the course of twentieth-century art and philosophy.
Maritain's aesthetic thinking, for instance, might be said to fall at the intersection of theology and art theory.
Muchos de aquellos defensores de la esencia judeo-cristiana de la religiosidad occidental, como Isaac, Maritain y Oesterreicher, acabarian!
Maritain, l'apport de la modernite est celui de la prise de conscience du sujet de lui-meme, ce qui induit un mouvement critique de la pensee.
(16) But when one does not accept the distinction between antecedent and consequent wills in God, ensuing universalism is almost inevitable (17)--hence why Thomists like Jacques Maritain, Bernard Lonergan, and William Most, building on the interpretative work of Francisco Marin-Sola, use the distinction in a way that does not contradict the universal salvific will of God.
Providing readers with a strong list of texts that could serve as general introductions to Maritain's body of works for those who are not ready to tackle Maritain on their own, D'Souza explains that the "principle aim is to provide a book of quotations as a ready reference for those who are familiar with Maritain's thought and writings" (p.
Abstract: This study covers the relation between holiness and world in five European writers of the first half of the twentieth century: two Spanish (Maragall y Maeztu) and three French (Peguy, Maritain y Bernanos).
According to Dr Williams, Maritain's philosophy, "founded on Catholic theories of natural law, is crucial to understand the ethical underpinning of Saunders Lewis' social and political thought."
Years back, three Newman chaplains visited the papal nuncio when a certain Princeton chaplain was embarrassing them with his public attacks on Jacques Maritain, who taught there; all were named bishops.
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